On Monday night, Lebanon City Council approved the consent agenda, which included the Mayor’s Appointments to the Planning and Zoning Commission. Carrie Plassmeyer and Randy Wall were reappointed to the Commission for a term expiring June 2027. Michael Holmes
was appointed to fill an unexpired term ending June 2026. In other business, during a public hearing on two requests, including a replat of the Gracious subdivision at 758 and 766 Mizer Street. Code Administrator Joe Berkich shared Information about the request
Berkich also shared information about a request to replat 1700 South Jefferson for a Drive Through Car Wash named Tidal Wave Auto Spa.
Lebanon City Council approved both requests to replat the properties. The council also approved the purchase of a backhoe loader bucket from Potter Equipment. Street Supervisor Mike Moore says. The existing bucket is worn out and won’t close. The approved purchase cost was $7903.Council also approved the purchase of 2 trucks, one for the Police Department from Ed Morse Ford and the other for the Water Department from Gravens Chrysler Dodge. The trucks the two vehicles will replace were declared surplus.